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Hi everyone just 1 question someone told me that it is legal for for a moroccan man while married to a US citizen to get engaged to a moroccan woman while going through the AOS

Not legal.. that would imply marriage fraud.

That's a pretty definitive answer (and wrong) for a question that is only one sentence long. Why would it be illegal to become engaged while married? The OP didn't say they were filing for a new visa or anything - the fact that they are still going through AOS makes no difference.

Might show fraudulent intent, but it's just as likely that it is just another failed relationship.

Edited by LaL

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well that sucks - it's a douchebag move for sure - but not illegal. It;s not like he can file for a potential fiancee while married, so what could be illegal about it? if he married, then thats a different story. still being in the middle of AOS doesn't make a difference.

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I didn't know that he got engaged wev'e been married for almost 5 years he went to Morocco in dec of 08 to jan of 09 and got engaged while is was there we are still married he hasn't been approved yet for AOS

I'm almost sure it's a wedding she wore a veil and he placed a ring on her finger, she also wore 2 different gowns and they had gifts also

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Morocco
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I didn't know that he got engaged wev'e been married for almost 5 years he went to Morocco in dec of 08 to jan of 09 and got engaged while is was there we are still married he hasn't been approved yet for AOS

I'm almost sure it's a wedding she wore a veil and he placed a ring on her finger, she also wore 2 different gowns and they had gifts also

I do have proof I have pictures and it will be sent to USCIS I was also told to withdraw the Affidavit of support which will be done this week.

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Hi everyone just 1 question someone told me that it is legal for for a moroccan man while married to a US citizen to get engaged to a moroccan woman while going through the AOS

I know for a fact that many men get married to another woman while they are still married to another woman and it's perfectly legal in their country.


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I didn't know that he got engaged wev'e been married for almost 5 years he went to Morocco in dec of 08 to jan of 09 and got engaged while is was there we are still married he hasn't been approved yet for AOS

I'm almost sure it's a wedding she wore a veil and he placed a ring on her finger, she also wore 2 different gowns and they had gifts also

I do have proof I have pictures and it will be sent to USCIS I was also told to withdraw the Affidavit of support which will be done this week.

Thank You I certainly will I also have pictures of physical abuse by him. Thank You for your help

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if you have any friends there also try getting ahold of the marriege certificate for proof.

also try to get her name and stuff incase he tries to petition for her if he by miricle gets citizenship later.

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First I am very very sorry for what has happened to you..... this is not the first time I have heard this story .... terrified

I am a bit confused tho.... you have been married 5 yrs.. but not approved for AOS, that would mean he is illegal (out of status..) how did he get to remain in the country for so long , legally work, then to travel to Morocco and get back into the US again..... maybe I am missing something ...

hang in there.... be strong...

Amana/Kim


WITH ALLAH ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE!!! ALHUMDILALLAH

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